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Aurora Now - July 15, 2020
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A lasting legacy – John and Edna Mosley are well-known for making a difference in Aurora and for our entire country. See how these historic trailblazers may now impact the future of the Stapleton neighborhood. Plus, a preview of this year’s virtual Global Fest; the Aurora Fox announces their ’20-’21 season and where to enjoy a drive-in concert, right here in Aurora. Those stories and many more this week on, “Aurora Now.”


Tri-County Health Issues Mask Mandate

Council Member Hiltz Discusses McClain Case

Omar Montgomery Featured on Census 2020, "Trusted Voices"

Stapleton May Be Renamed in Honor of Aurora Civil Rights Trailblazers

7/20 Midnight Vigil to Feature Virtual Option 

Grass Fire Near AMC Shows Fire Danger in Aurora

Xcel Energy Offers Hot Weather Energy & Money Saving Tips

Public Comment on Oil & Gas Regulations Extended

Town Center at Aurora Undergoing a Major Makeover

Mobile Food Pantry at Overland Also Features Books, Baby Products

Preview of Virtual Global Fest

Aurora Sister Cities' Global Youth Leaders Staying Busy

PSA #1:  On Havana's Motor Mile

PSA#2:  Watch "Mayor Mike Live"

PSA#3:  Aurora's Weed Ordinance

Aurora Fox Unveils 2020-2021 Season

What Will the Fox's New Safety Protocols Look Like?

Enjoy the Sounds of Southlands Drive-In Edition

"5280" Magazine Readers Give High Marks to Stanley

Aurora Brothers Make Masks to Help Others & the Environment

Aurora's Therapeutic Rec Program Offers Something for All

Show Closer/Gayageum Ensemble from Global Fest 2019


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